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Tanzania work permit restrictions will only allow professional hunters with 10 years work experience in the field or sector and 5 years in the same position to be issued with a work permit.

APHA Filming Protocol

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Schalk Pienaar Safaris Namibia's donation to benefit APHA

7 day Namibia Plains Game Hunt for Two Hunters with Schalk Pienaar Safaris Namibia

Bidding on Saturday, February 8, 2020 through SCI

Two hunters and two observers will travel to Namibia for a 7-day, 2x1 guided hunt for 2 blue wildebeest, zebra, gemsbok, red hartebeest and springbok donated by Schalk Pienaar Safaris Namibia. Species are to be shared amongst both hunters. The package also includes one day of high volume wingshooting for sandgrouse. Method of take is hunters' choice. Schedule hunt with outfitter for open dates between March-November 2020, only. No alternate dates are available. Schalk offers upscale private accommodations on their privately-owned ranch in a true African safari atmosphere right in the heart of the Kalahari. Schalk Pienaar Safaris Namibia offers world-class trophy-hunting safaris that deliver epic trophies. They are known throughout the hunting industry as a premier outfitter that provides once-in-a-lifetime hunting experiences. Fully licensed, they have over 30 plains game and dangerous game species available. Included are accommodations, meals, 2x1 guide service, trophy fees for listed species, firearm permits, laundry service and field prep. Additional hunters are welcome for $520/day and non-hunters for $240/day. Not included are before/after hunt expenses, dipping/packing/shipping of trophies, ground transfer ($400) and gratuities. Arrival/departure point is Windhoek International Airport.

The APHA Thanks Schalk Pienaar Safaris Namibia for their generous donation!

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